Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Dragon


Represents power, wisdom, and the uncontrolled forces of the subconscious mind. In Eastern cultures, dragons are seen as benevolent creatures that symbolize prosperity, luck, and the natural forces of the world. In Western mythology, dragons often symbolize chaos, danger, and the need to overcome great challenges.

Themes: “power”, “prosperity”, “challenge”, “benevolence”, “chaos”

More in: “The Dragon in China and Japan” by J. J. M. de Groot; “The Chinese Dragon” by L. Newton Hayes; “Dragons: A Natural History” by Dr. Karl Shuker; “The Flight of Dragons” by Peter Dickinson; “Dragons and Dragon Lore” by Ernest Ingersoll;

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